Summary: "Jüdische Volkszeitung" was a newspaper for the Jewish community in Breslau. They were published and edited by the historian and businessman Louis Neustadt. In 1896, when this newspaper was first published under the title "Jüdisches Volksblatt," it was considered to be politically neutral. Eventually, when its title changed to "Jüdische Zeitung für Ostdeutschland," the newspaper was considered to be a Zionist. (Source: Lowenthal, Ernst G. Juden in Preussen: ein biographisches Verzeichnis. Berlin: Bildarchiv Preußischer Kulturbesitz, 1981. "Presse, Jüdische." from Jüdisches Lexikon. Berlin: Jüdischer Verlag, 1930. Bd. 4/1, Tabelle I, VI and Tabelle II, p. XXIV, after column 1104)
Continues: Jüdisches Volksblatt (Wrocław, Poland : Jahrgang [1.] (1896)-Jahrgang 19, Nr. 26 (27. Juni 1913))
Continued by: Jüdische Zeitung für Ostdeutschland (Wrocław, Poland : Jahrgang 1 [=Jahrgang 31], Nr. 1 (22. Feb. 1924)-Jahrgang 8=[Jahrgang 38] (1931)), and then by: Jüdische Zeitung (Wrocław, Poland : Jahrgang 39 (1932)-Jahrgang 44, Nr. 17 (1937)).
Dates of Publication: Jahrgang 19, Nr. 27 (4. Juli 1913)-Jahrgang 27 (1921); Jahrgang 29 (1922)-Jahrgang 30, Nr. 33 (1. Sept. 1923).
Digitized Holdings: Jg. 22, Nr. 1 (7. Jan. 1916)-Jg. 22, Nr. 51 (28. Dez. 1916) (INCOMPLETE HOLDINGS)